Women celebrities one shouldn’t come close if they want to get married

According to Sanyuka TV’s Uncut show presenters Isaac Kaiyz and Zahara Toto, there are a number of female celebrities one shouldn’t come close to or befriend in case they want to get married.

These include the likes of Leila Kayondo. According to Zahara, when Helen Lukoma parted ways with the gorgeous but faded singer Kayondo, she got married.

Winnie Nwagi is another that seems to brew bad luck for marriage. According to Zahara she will beat up men that stand in her way and therefore one should stay far from her in order not to catch her vices.

Nwagi has cultivated a name for herself due to her notoriety and ‘I don’t care’ attitude. This scares men away from her despite being a drop dead gorgeous and curvaceous bombshell. Maybe her character also helps to keep away unwanted bees from the nectar.

Lydia Jazmine was another singer named by the presenters. She’s more into slaying than settling down for a relationship. Jazmine has been linked to several men especially in the music industry such as Eddy Kenzo, Fik Fameica, Grenade Official, Rabadaba and her current manager Ronnie Mulindwa. However these have all been rumors and nothing confirmed but she’s never showed any interest in settling down.

Another artist mentioned was Spice Diana. The Onsanula singer too seems to be married to her music than settling down in a permanent relationship. However she has been constantly linked to being chewed by her manager, Roger.

Perhaps Sheebah wasn’t mentioned because she’s the headmistress of all these women and they seem to draw inspiration from her.

Their comments came after singer Carol Nantongo was allegedly dumped by her Nkuba kyeyo lover over infidelity allegations.

Carol who is a close friend of Lydia Jazmine amd Winnie Nwagi has also allegedly dated the likes of Sir Mathias Walukaaga, Dr Hilderman, Dagy Nyce, Levixone among others but all have dumped her eventually.

Written by Aine Siggy

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